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MrsBlue is making a batch of her very highly regarded brownies to bring into work, and the smell is getting to be so intoxicating I feel like I'm in the chocolate version of a crack den.

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Re: Sudoku anyone? Limber brain keeps se
Dec 20, 2006, 10:01
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MrsBlue is making a batch of her very highly regarded brownies

And will you be sharing that recipe?



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Re: Sudoku anyone? Limber brain keeps se
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How on Earth did any elderly people maintain their mental agility before sudoku?




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Re: Sudoku anyone? Limber brain keeps se
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Oh yeah, because we all know sudoku is the ONLY GAME that stimulates the brain. How on Earth did any elderly people maintain their mental agility before sudoku?

They worked their whole lives.

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No pear review? :{

Come on, Blue! We need a pear update! Dude, I've worked two grueling doubles the last 2 days and the only thing that's kept me going is wondering what was going on in the great pear debate of ought-six!


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No pear review? :{
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Dec 20, 2006, 02:06
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http://www.cnn.com/2006/HEALTH/12/19/premarital.sex.ap/index.html

Hehhee...haha. Particular quote I found amusing:

However, Janice Crouse of Concerned Women for America, a conservative group which strongly supports abstinence-only education, said she was skeptical of the findings.

"Any time I see numbers that high, I'm a little suspicious," she said. "The numbers are too pat."

Someone like someone was in denial there

How on Earth did any elderly people maintain their mental agility before sudoku?

It's just what's popular right now. Scientists have said the same thing about crossword puzzles and word searches. Hell, if Shakespeare was the only author that wrote anything "stimulating" I think I'd have jumped a long time ago.

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Sudoku anyone? Limber brain keeps senior
Dec 20, 2006, 00:41
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Oh yeah, because we all know sudoku is the ONLY GAME that stimulates the brain. How on Earth did any elderly people maintain their mental agility before sudoku?


And now Shakespeare is the only author that's written anything stimulating? Blue, are you trying to suggest that media outlets simply perpetuate hype?
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Thats funny, I read the brownies and immediatly thought "Magic Brownies" and then Blue makes a drug reference!

Its like he's thinking the same as me!


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